Wireless charging pad

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Turbo Accessories' started by zatchmo, Nov 5, 2014.

  1. PereDroid

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    Pffft... you want a warm phone? Play Ingress on a Razr HD.... no doubt my phone was hitting 114+ daily. :D
     
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    On my wireless charger:
     

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    $70 for wireless charger??? Why not just plug it in?
     
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    I didn't get the $70 one. Mine was $45. Just as good as the $70 I'll bet. ;)
    Not to mention, less wear and tear on the connector. I guess you never had a loose or broken USB port?
     
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    No, not yet. Was looking at some on Amazon..Like $15 or so. Hesitant to order; says would arrive in March! China, I figured. May just have to try it to see if it is good or not.
    These...
    Amazon.com Doinshop TM New Useful Qi Wireless Charger Charging Pad Receiver Kit for Samsung Galaxy S4 i9500 Cell Phones Accessories

    Amazon.com Amjimshop Vovotrade TM 1pc Qi Wireless Charger Charging Pad receiver Kit for Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500 Cell Phones Accessories
     
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    So after some testing the Wireless Charger I the temperature high I've seen is 106 (rounded).
    The Turbo charger makes it hit 105.
     
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    Are you sure that is the battery temp and not the phone temp? It seems quite low for a wireless charger. My battery reached 107.5 on the Turbo charger. I suppose that can be a factor related to ambient room temp.
     
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    Battery Temp. No doubt.

    Did you click my link in post #38?
    Now, if the program isn't accurate, I have no clue. I always thought you had to have root to get this info, but apparently not?!?!
     
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    Yes, I did. It really surprises me to see that. What charger name and model # are you using?
     
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    Follow up 2 second review after using this thing for more then a week now.
    AWESOME. I'm really impressed. It does take some time to reach full charge, but as this is overnight, I don't care. It's always full in the morning. Probably also why it doesn't get very hot.
    I had doubts about whether it would charge a completely dead phone... though "doesn't it have to be on to start charging?" This is just me not knowing much about wireless charging.
    Totally dead phone on it last night and it acted totally normal. Battery flashed and after a few minutes it woke up.
    I'm sure the Tylt is great, too, but why spend an extra $30 for... for... what? The only thing I see Tylt has that this doesn't is: colors. So if you need to match some decor, get the Tylt. If you want a good black charger: get this baby.
     
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